Since launching in 2008 as an arboricultural consultancy, we have grown our core services to include ecology, computer aided design (CAD) and digital tree mapping. Our impartial professional advice aims to increase the saleability and value of your development proposal and guarantee planning success relating to trees and ecology.

We achieve this with a combination of collaborative working and a commitment to finding a suitable design solution that complies with regional validation criteria and legalisation. Our extensive public and private sector experience, unbeatable delivery speed and ability to reduce costly project delays make us the number one choice for tree and ecology requirements.

Our Address & Social Details

B49 5ET

TEL: 01789 459458


We follow the professional standards and ethics of the Institute of Chartered Foresters, Arboricultural Association and the Chartered Institute for Ecological and Environmental Management (CIEEM)

We pride ourselves on delivering high quality services in a timely manner to all clients. We adhere to strict quality management procedures to ensure we continually review and monitor our work. The business is certified as compliant ISO 9001:2008.


We have a strong client base in Warwickshire, the Midlands and London. We also have worked extensively throughout the UK, within both the public and private sectors. Our clients include architects and landscape architects, planning consultants, developers, educational establishments, health care estates and land managers,

Our ability to respond quickly to client requirements and willingness to travel, enables us to provide a comprehensive and efficient service that is both cost effective and innovative.


Our approach is rooted in exploring ideas of how trees, places and buildings can make peoples lives better. We are proud of our company culture, which we feel sets us apart from other businesses. We are dedicated to:

PROFESSIONALISM: A commitment to the highest professional standards in the delivery of  client work and maintenance of professional integrity and conduct at all times.

SUPPORTIVENESS: A collaborative culture where staff members within the business work as a team to achieve common company goals and objectives.

DEDICATION: we all understand, believe in and are dedicated to the objectives of the company business plan, with sufficient investment made in staff to reward this commitment and opportunities offered to achieve good staff retention.

AMBITION: A personal commitment to the growth and success of the business, and the development and career advancement of the team through shared opportunities, team development and collaborative working.

ENJOYMENT: A positive office environment where staff members enjoy being at work.



  • New site: need a habitat survey?

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  • Do you require a Newt survey?

    We're here to walk you through the process if you need a newt survey, from initial assessment through to detailed mitigation strategies.

  • Have you got an ancient tree?

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  • Bat Surveys: Our PROCESS

    We're here to guide you through the process of completing bat surveys, from initial roost assessment through to detailed mitigation strategies.


  • Tree Charter Launches 800 Years On

    The new Tree Charter launches today, 800 years after the 1217 Charter of the Forest!

  • Sebastian and Sam join Fund 4 Trees – Rural Ride for Research!

    Trying in vain to follow in the footsteps of Pete ‘Ironman’ Wharton, our arb consultants Sebastian Onslow and Sam Hobson decided to sign up for the Fund 4 Trees – Rural Ride for Research.

  • Come and Say Hello Stand E23

  • Happy Customers = Repeat Business

  • Are You Planning Ahead for 2018?

    Now that the 2017 bat surveying season is completed, we are well on the way to filling the early part of 2018.

  • Chin Chin!!! Bat Survey Season Success

    Our team is celebrating a very successful bat survey season; having completed over 50 surveys.

  • Arboricultural Association ARB Show 2017

    Arboricultural Association ARB Show 2017 (Friday 12th – Saturday 13th May, Westonbirt The National Arboretum)
    ‘A celebration of the science of trees’
    Move inside the arboretum sees records smashed…

  • The Ecology Team Expands for a Busy Season Ahead

    Emma has joined the Ecology Team as our newest consultant.

  • Team Continues to Grow – Welcome to Kate O’Donnell

    As our team continues to develop with consultants it is important that we are all kept in line.

  • Sponsors of the ICF National Conference 2017

    Wharton Tree & Ecology Consultants Ltd are proud to be sponsors of the ICF National Conference, taking place on the 5th & 6th April this year in Birmingham.

  • ​​Are you looking to progress your career as a Senior Ecologist?

    Are you looking for a new opportunity for 2017?

  • Ecological Field Assistants Required

    Wharton Tree & Ecology Consultants Ltd are looking to expand its network of ecological field assistants to assist with carrying out ecological surveys.

  • ​Have you received one of these?

    Have you received your sprouting Forget Me Not pencil? Not sure what it's all about?

  • A warm welcome to ​Matt Wall our new ecological consultant

    Matt is an ecological consultant with four years of professional experience in ecological consultancy and a background in residential, mineral and waste planning applications. He holds an honours degree in ecology, a master’s degree in ecology and conservation and is a graduate member of CIEEM.

  • Team expands again – Welcome ​Sam Hobson

    We are pleased to welcome Sam Hobson to Wharton Tree & Ecology Consultants as our new Assistant Arboricultural Consultant.

  • Company Rebrand Complete

    Last year we received a record number of enquiries for trees and development. And, with house-building remaining firmly at the heart of the government's long-term economic plan, we're pleased to say that 2016 is proving no different.


Our experienced team will guide you through the process from estimate to planning approval.